When an injury or death occurs on a business’s premises, OSHA is quick to scrutinize the business to determine whether the fault lies with the employee or the employer. Even if there is not an antecedent, OSHA is known to make surprise visits and dole out fines for any infractions they find.
Regardless of the reason for a visit, OSHA will always consider at least two things when they scrutinize your business: First, if your business has a Safety Plan in place, and second, whether the plan is adequate and compliant. If discrepancies are found with an existing Safety Plan, it could end up costing your business hundreds to thousands of dollars, especially if the fault of an accident falls on your business. The easiest and cheapest defense against these disastrous situations is to ensure that you have a top-notch Safety Plan protecting your business at all times.
We have put together two great options to ensure that your business has the best Safety Plan possible:
The Safety Plan Builder. A great time and cost efficient option! Simply complete the questionnaire and check all of the boxes that apply to your business. A Safety Plan will be generated and sent to you via email. In just minutes, your business will be safe in the case of an accident or an unexpected visit from OSHA.
A curated Safety Plan specially made for your business. We will conduct a personal interview to learn about what makes your business different from all others. Once your plan is created, we will have a follow up meeting to ensure you understand the contents of your plan and how you can implement your safety program. This is the best plan for more complicated businesses with unprecedented and unique concerns.
Both of these plans will allow you to keep your employees knowledgeable about your business’s safety requirements while at the same time keeping your business safe from meritless claims. Safety Plans are a regulatory requirement in almost all states (except CO., FL., MA.,OH., and WY), but these plans are a must for optimal protection for any business.
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